Steve Kimock Band Live at The Cat's Cradle on 2006-01-22
- Live concert
- Steve Kimock Band
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Long Form Part 1
d1t03 - Nana's Chalk Pipe
d1t04 - Incantation
d1t05 - In Time
d1t06 - Vernal Equinox
d2t01 - Thing One
d2t02 - Band Intros
d2t03 - Tuning
d2t04 - It's Up To You
d2t05 - Kissin' The Boo Boo
d2t06 - Dr. Zaius
d3t01 - Cole's Law ->
d3t02 - Adelita
d3t03 - One For Brother Mike
d3t04 - Band Intros
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|Long Form Part 1|
|Nana's Chalk Pipe|
|It's Up To You|
|Kissin' The Boo Boo|
|Cole's Law ->|
|One For Brother Mike|
-- Recorded, mixed and mastered in 24-bit/48k.
-- All disc changes are seamless.
- 2006-02-02 22:41:33
- Samplitude Professional v8.01 -> FLAC/16
- Carrboro, NC
- Taped by
- Charlie Miller
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- The Cat's Cradle
Subject: no visit to the uk for skb
love you all out there in archive land
Also, can I please virtually bow at the awesomeness of Charlie Miller. This guy is a legend beyond words. He's given me some of my all-time favorite dead shows, and apparently has great taste in music. New strategy: listen to every Charlie Miller recording.
Subject: Three years ago today
Subject: Simply divine
Subject: Truly unbelievable!!! A Must!
Subject: It's Up To You!
Subject: New Songs
Subject: Just saw Steve Kimock !!
love and peace
Subject: Smokin New Sound
Subject: if you like this one
Subject: Freaking right
Subject: envious of anyone who was there
I just saw the thursday show of Steve's three night run with New Monsoon in SF, which was pretty sweet. This is much more my style, but it was really awesome music, and I hope its posted soon.
Subject: thanks, but where is the Blue Note 4-22-06
This is great!!!! Streaming it at work in midtown manhattan makes the work day go faster......
but is there any chance of the KPMW from the Blue Note seeing the light of day?
That was an intense great experience, especially from the front row right in front of Steve.
Subject: heck yeah
Subject: Great instrumental music!
Subject: I Stand Corrected
Well this show just plain has the primo. Sound, instramentation, energy. Keep it coming!
Subject: Instrumental Kimock-besides skb
Did Zero ever go through any strictly instrumental phases? I know kvhw was at one point purely instrumental, does anyone know the exact dates?
the opening track is a must hear jam ya'll - it just goes everywhere and back again! i am really pulling for this lineup to stay together for a LONG time.. i can only imagine how the energy interplay can evolve as the band gets more comfortable with each other..beautiful recording to top off the stellar playing.. i'm gonna have to give this one multiple listenings...
Subject: new songs?
As far as a review goes, this show continues the trend of spectacular performances that the current SKB lineup has been providing. Highlights: Vernal Equinox and It's Up to You. I give it a 5 for sound quality, and a 5 for performance because this band is too good to get anything lower.
I find it funny that so many people miss Moose. I definitely like him, but his departure from the group marked a new era for SKB. I feel that Reed Mathis and Robert Walter are the final pieces to the puzzle that Steve and Rodney have been trying to solve since Rodney joined. While replacing a second guitar w/ keys certainly gives them a different sound, Robert Walter more than fills the gap left by Moose. And thank god for Reed Mathis. SKB has been in need for a solid bassist ever since Vega left the group, and Reed has finally come to the rescue. I hope these guys stay together, because they are the best thing going in the jam world, and are raising the bar for the whole jam band scene.
Oh yeah and thanks once again to SKB for the tunes and Charlie Miller yet again for continually providing the crispest SBD recordings. Sorry that was so long.
sometimes, SKB shows can be a bit tedious, or workmanlike. and then there are times where the band just HITS the zone... where you know from the opening notes that this is no ordinary experience.
prepare to be amazed...
EDIT: I forgot to mention that during the show, Reed broke two strings. He broke his A string and then switched to a second bass. On the second bass he broke his E string on the second to last song. Steve went over to him and must have asked him do you still want to play one more. It looked like Reed then just shrugged it off and they played the last song with Reed on the 3 string bass.
Subject: this IS the line-up...period...
get the Mike Babyak Tripple Fret w/kimock that musta opened the show...sweet!!!
thanks again Charlie, ya done good
Subject: My 2 cents
My 2 cents on the lineup issue:
Personally I feel that this Kimock line-up, with Reed Mathis on bass, Rodney Holmes on drums and Robert Walter on keys, has the best sound and energy of any SKB lineup yet. While I do enjoy the guitar interplay, I much prefer Steve as the "lone guitarist". And Walter's keys lend a more rich sound to the mix than another git does. But that's just me.
Now to DL.
Thanks for the stage recording Charlie and Steve. Hurry back to the Boston area, PLEASE!!
(edit) - i also agree with missing the two guitar interplay. i've mentioned it a couple of times too. the new band does sound great, but i miss Mitch.
Subject: Mitch Stein, Where are you?
Subject: Minority view
Love Kimock and his music, but...
I'm still not sold on this line-up.
I miss the interplay between Kimock and Mitch Stein.
The keyboard player is great but I feel the songs sound better with an extra guitar player.
I'll still support the band as Kimock is amazing.
Curious to know if others share my view or if I'm in the minority on this one.
Top notch sound....amazing musicianship and playing....5 Stars all around!! The current SKB is the shit!!!
Subject: Oh cool!
Mark from NOLA
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